The sodden wilderness of the remote rain-world Jabiim seems
an unlikely site for one of the most controversial battles
of the Clone Wars, but the recent discovery of resources vital
to both the republic and the separatists have made Jabiim
an important prize in a galactic conflict. With the Jedi-led
clone army of the republican one side, and the separatist's
droid army supporting a local militia of elite Jabiimi warriors
on the other, victory will soon take second place to survival...
Anakin Skywalker, in the Last Stand of Jabiim, the
war is a test of his obedience to the Jedi order, of his loyalty
to his friends, and of his qualities as a hero. It will reveal
the Jedi that he could become, and force him to confront a
personal tragedy - and his deepest shame.
novels tend to be a very mixed bunch. Sometimes you get your
money's worth and sometimes you don't. For example, the book
could have one of the greatest stories ever written. But the
art work may not be up to much, thus spoiling your enjoyment.
But the opposite is also true, you can have some of the best
drawings ever printed, but if the story is a shambles then
all it will be is a book of pretty pictures.
enough of my ramblings. Is the book worth buying or not?
if you have the other two in this series then yes, it will
be a worthy purchase but if you want a standalone graphic
novel then this is not the one for you. It suffers from a
very average story and slightly above average artwork.
not saying that it is all bad, though, just a bit of a let
down. It seems that they are running out of good ideas. This
is a great shame but I don't think that you can purely blame
the writers and artists for that. The blame rests on Mr. Lucas's
shoulders. He has given them the canvass to paint on and the
ink to write.
just a shame that they are so bland. It's all so average (sigh)
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